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Posted on: May 1, 2018

Comprehensive plan process engages residents, businesses

Broken Arrow Next

The City of Broken Arrow’s Comprehensive Plan is an aspirational and strategic policy document that helps guide the City’s future development pattern and further enhance quality of life over the next 20 years. Since the last Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 1997, Broken Arrow has seen significant growth and its estimated population has climbed to 112,000 — making it Oklahoma’s fourth largest City.


Today, an update is needed to proactively prepare and respond to new and emerging market conditions in Broken Arrow. Through this 18-month planning process, many future community needs will be identified, prioritized and incorporated into the Comprehensive Plan, with the help of professional plan development consultant Halff Associates Inc.


In March, the City held a kick-off open house to introduce and help set the vision of the comprehensive plan. Those in attendance were provided with an overview of the comprehensive planning process and an opportunity to provide ideas and preferences for improving neighborhoods and housing, commercial development, mobility and transportation options, parks and recreational facilities, community appearance and character, quality of life, and other plan components. Input from this initial and future public meetings will help set the priorities and strategies for Broken Arrow’s future.


Follow the process at BrokenArrowNEXT.com.

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